South Korean Police Officers Banned From Buying Cryptocurrency

South Korean Police Officers Banned From Buying Cryptocurrency

A recent ban imposed by the South Korean National Police Agency will bar particular officers from purchasing additional cryptocurrencies. The announcement coincides with a report revealing a heightened domestic availability of digital coins, in comparison to the global marketplace. South Korea to Penalize National Police Agency Officers Who Fail to Disclose Crypto Holdings Officers with certain investigative and inspective responsibilities have been prohibited from buying additional cryptocurrency. Reporting on the Friday announcement suggests that Korean National Police Agency (KNPA)....


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